Freshly squeezed apple juice is also called as sweet cider, mostly this is pasteurised for long life and sold in supermarkets under refrigerated section. Here my recipe is for fresh sweet cider with thick cloudy apple juice which retains most nutrients when compared to filtered store bought juice. There's always a negative factor for unpasteurized fruit juices concerning E-coli, but if done in an hygienic way this could be avoided. Moreover this recipe of mine is good for immediate consumption, if you fear contamination then heat this juice, cool and refrigerate.
You may find grabbing a bottle of apple juice from store easier compared to this tedious process but fresh cider is best health wise.
Apple Juice / Sweet Cider / Unpasteurized
Wash the apples, grate or chop and pulse in a food processor. Traditional squeezing is done in a cloth and twisting it to squeeze out the juice. I've used regular double strainer tea filter to get the juice by pressing with a thick spoon. Sugar and water not necessary, can add little if its too tangy or tart.
Yield: 2 cups approx.
Honey Crisp apples are naturally very sweet and suits well for juice.